By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
As the Ohio State Buckeyes play their Spring Game this afternoon, they’re going to have a hard time finding playing time for all three quarterbacks. Braxton Miller, J.T. Barrett, and Cardale Jones are the listed quarterbacks on the depth chart, who has started for the team in the past two years.
Miller, who suffered a season-ending injury right before the start of last season, has likely heard all the rumors that he’s moving on. There was speculation that Miller, a senior, could move on to the Florida State Seminoles and the Texas Longhorns.
While those hasn’t happened, there’s another team reportedly in the mix. The Alabama Crimson Tide is the latest team to enter the picture.
It is not clear if Miller will indeed transfer there. But, according to two different sources, Miller would consider a transfer to Alabama.
Paul Finebaum has also indicated that Miller to the Crimson Tide has been talked about. The 22-year-old could be forced out the door by Barrett and Jones.
If Miller does indeed transfer to the South, he’ll be the second straight transfer to move to the school. Last season, Jacob Coker transferred to Alabama after three years at Florida State.
He was supposed to be the starter last season, before being beaten out by then-Senior Blake Sims. Now, Coker is atop the depth chart unless Miller comes in.
In three years at Ohio State, Miller played 36 games and went 395 of 666 for 5,292 yards. He also threw for 52 touchdowns. He also has 557 rushing attempts for 3,054 yards and 32 touchdowns.
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